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Ancient Origins...Up to the 1400s!

Ancient Origins...Up to the 1400s

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This interactive reference book dives into the ancient world, bringing readers information as they have never seen it before! From the typical clothing in the ancient world to their innovations, Ancient Origins delves deep into the specifics of ancient culture.

This book contains chapters on Early Humans, Africa, Incas, Japan, Egypt, India, Minoan, Mycenaean, China, Greece, Celts, Hitties, Babylonia, Mayans, Persia, Romans, Aztecs.



Asia & Its Many Cultures

Asia

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Asia is the largest continent on Earth. With its forty-eight countries, Asia has many diverse cultures, each with its own unique history, geography, customs, and traditions.

Asia & Its Many Cultures explores these countries and offers useful data and details about each country's history, government, climate, holidays, foods, clothing, and places of interest. This is a valuable resources for both teachers and students!



Asia & Its Many Cultures

Asia

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Asia is the largest continent on Earth. With its forty-eight countries, Asia has many diverse cultures, each with its own unique history, geography, customs, and traditions.

Asia & Its Many Cultures explores these countries and offers useful data and details about each country's history, government, climate, holidays, foods, clothing, and places of interest. This is a valuable resources for both teachers and students!



World History...The State of Things!

World History...The State of Things!

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This up-to-date reference book leads the reader through this in-depth resource material on World History. With the ever-growing awareness of the development of a global society, it is imperative that the reader grasps knowledge of World History as it is today.

This book contains vital information following the development of history throughout the world. This presentation has a fresh approach to the standard course of study on World History today.



History Books:

Africa & Asia: A Teacher Reference Workbook

Africa and Asia

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Together the continents of Africa and Asia make up half of the Earth's land and contain the majority of its population. How do these continents fit into today's world culture?

This concise and unique reference material will help guide teachers as they explore these fascinating continents with their students. This resource also includes review worksheets on each continent.



African American Civil Rights Treasures...

African American Civil Rights Treasures...

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This unique reference book on African American Civil Rights provides an opportunity for young readers to learn about the period of events that took place during the pre-Civil Rights and modern day Civil Rights eras.

Articles, timelines, and puzzles tell of the many African Americans who played important roles, from cotton-pickers, to the 44th United States President.

A great book to reinforce students' learning skills. Woven through the text are a range of up-to-date facts and figures that are rarely found in such a broad combination. Readers will enjoy the various subjects with fact-filled references as they navigate through the pages.



All About Washington, D.C.
in Spanish & English

Washington, D.C.

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Allosaurus Publishers presents invaluable information on our nation's capital. This is a bilingual publication, translated into both Spanish and English.

This resource explores important landmarks, including monuments, government facilities, museums, historical buildings, and many other attractions in Washington, D.C.



Ally's Multicultural History & How It Relates to Us Today

Multicultural History

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This multicultural resource provides an educational blueprint on how diverse cultures have emerged, developed, and have come together throughout the centuries.

From the beginnings of civilization to the 21st century, this book features global milestones that are shaping our world today.

Some of the many facets of this book include a timeline, history of civilization, cultures, and information on the various ethnic groups that have come together to learn compassion, caring, and commitment for one another. This is an invaluable resource for librarians and classroom teachers!



Australia & New Zealand's
Heritage & Environment

Asia

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This new one-of-a-kind collection on Australia and New Zealand provides information on history, culture and the environment. Articles on each region of these two nations, as well as the surrounding islands, take an in-depth look at local geography, educationi, economy and cultural traditions.

Fascinating material on the countries' indigenous peoples, the Aborigines and the Maori, as well as a broad section on the environment (including extraordinary geological features, flora, fauna and human/environment interactions), bring Australia and New Zealand to life.

Reviews and answers accompany each article to reinforce comprehension and critical-thinking skills. Also included are projects, puzzles, recipes and an index. Discover how these nations grew, struggled, and continue to prosper today.



The First Americans:
Legends, Folklore & Myths
Across the U.S.A.

First Americans

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Native American culture features a wide range of folktales, legends and myths that have been passed down through the generations. This rich heritage of storytelling features lessons in spirituality and morality, with animals and nature often playing central roles.

Allosaurus Publishers is proud to present an educational and entertaining introduction to Native American storytelling. The First Americans: Legends, Folklore & Myths Across the U.S.A. features dozens of delightful, mysterious, witty, and sometimes subtle tales representing the relationship between humans and the natural world.

Accompanying teacher reviews and answers help reinforce comprehension and critical-thinking skills.



Central & South America Resources

Central & South America Resources

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This fact-filled reference navigates the reader through all of Central and South America, studying each country's history, colonization, geography, and culture. With the growing importance of being environmentally-friendly, there is also information on each country's environmental campaigns.

Included are interesting facts on ancient civilizations, such as the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas. Learn about the ruins of Rapa Nui and Machu Picchu.

This resource also covers the Amazon rainforest, Galapagos Islands, Falkland Islands, Easter Island, and important naturalists and environmentalists. Each section has a teacher's review highlighting important material. In addition, there are did you knows, projects, an answer key, and an index.



Florida's Eight Regions in Spanish & English

Florida

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A great resource for classrooms, schools and public libraries, this publication written in both Spanish and English explores the history, geography, agriculture, cultural environment, government, economy, and the many beautiful landmarks of the eight regions of Florida.

Our goal is to inform and educate by inviting the reader to explore the many unique facets of the state of Florida.

The material in Florida's Eight Regions in Spanish & English gives the reader a wealth of information. In addition, there are teacher reviews in each chapter.



North Carolina's History, Culture & Customs

North Carolinas History

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This new one-of-a-kind reference book on NC's History, Culture & Customs provides an extensive, in-depth look at the state's history, geography, government, agriculture, and cultural diversity.

Fascinating material on Native Americans, the first European settlers, historical figures, and regional cultures of North Carolina are among the many subjects addressed.

This book begins with the 1400s and continues to the present-day modern era.

In addition, there are historical figures and sites, customs and cultures, did you knows, puzzles, projects, teacher reviews & answers, and an index.



Phoebe Grant's Fascinating Stories
of World Cultures and Customs

Phoebe Grant

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This book stimulates the reader by providing fascinating stories on subjects from places, events and world cultures.

Worksheets and activities accompany each story to test for reading comprehension and critical thinking. This is a wonderful hands-on resource for all educators!



Virginia's Heritage & Environment

Virginia

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Virginia's Heritage & Environment provides an extensive in-depth look at Virginia's geography, government, agriculture, economy, and cultural diversity.

Among the many fascinating subjects covered in this book are Native Americans, the first European settlers, historical figures and sites of Virginia are among the many subjects. A broad section on Hampton Roads, Virginia complements the role the military plays around the world.

This unique reference offers fascinating articles, facts, & teacher reviews. Teachers' reviews and answers accompany each article to reinforce comprehension and critical-thinking skills.



Phoebe's Unusual Mysteries...
Footprints in Time!

Phoebe's Unusual Mysteries

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This unique high reading interest book uncovers amazing enigmas throughout history, along with extraordinary animals, and the newly-discovered 40 million-year-old baby mammoth!

The reader will find intriguing mysteries with many facets that embrace footprints in time such as: What is the purpose of the terracotta statues? Many archaeologists believe these terracotta soldiers were built to protect the Chinese emperor in the afterlife. Archaeological mysteries, along with mysterious body snatchers make this book hard to put down.

This unique resource has chapter reviews, and projects to enhance critical thinking skills. An answer guide, and an index is also included.




Trivia & Projects
on Spanish-Speaking Countries

Spanish-Speaking Countries

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This innovative resource book features activities that are both informative and exciting. With this book students will learn important facts on twenty-two Spanish-speaking countries.

The English and Spanish text featured throughout this book provides an interesting way to learn. Let's all become a part of our multicultural world! Seremos uno con un mundo multicultural!



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Last Updated: June, 2016